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hearing later this week. to help us sort through the next steps we're joined by brian bennett who covers immigration for the los angeles times. brian, what was it that the bipartisan group has now agreed to and what are the issues that are still outstanding? >> the bipartisan group plans to unveil their bill tomorrow on tuesday probably. maybe as soon as tomorrow. they've agreed on almost all the major points. they're still fine-tuning the bill today and will unveil what they've decided on tomorrow. so the main points are that there will be a legalization program for the 11 million people who are here without papers or who have overstayed their visas. this program would start about six months after the bill is passed, after the department of homeland security has outlined a way to secure the border. and people will be able to apply, pay a fine, go through a criminal background check and apply to get legal status. over the next ten years, the u.s. would spend a lot of money on enhanced border security and there would be a requirement that a certain certification was made on border securit
close, roger bennett, and brian shactman has shown up. it's kind of weird. >> this is something. roger has been promising for a couple of years he was going to bring you to the set. he also promised while she was still alive he was going to bring elizabeth taylor, michael jackson, elton john, the queen. the queen. i still haven't seen the queen. you brought jurgen. this is huge. we're so excited to have you here. >> thank you. >> how are things looking for us? >> looking good. in the qualifying stage. we had three games so far. we're working on it. seven more games to go and hopefully being qualified for the huge tournament next summer. things are going well. >> feeling pretty good about our chances? >> yeah. feeling good about it. a couple of ups and downs which are usual in soccer. things are coming along. >> always up and down. >> americans love being number one. we've talked about this. and in that spirit what's it going to take for us to move toward that position? >> well, becoming number one in soccer, that's a long way to go. i think what you see in the united states over the la
. >> we were discussing -- >> i'm marshall. >> mr. brian shactman was mentioning that a person there had made a lot of money, but then i said you have to live there -- >> okay, the editor and chief, james bennett. the story explains why we will never run out of oil. donny deutsch is back with us. >> every time i quote this story -- that protects drunkards and the united states of america. can you believe this? seven years ago, we were told we were going to be out of natural gas within ten years. now, there's an infinate supply. revolutionized america's america. >> even the big oil companies called this one wrong. >> talk about oil and before, let's first of all, just for a minute or two, to wave my usa flag and to say we're number one and to hell with the middle east and to stick it to opec. let's do that first, then you can tell me why that's short sided. >> we have been listening -- >> we tend to do that here. >> it's been a great conversation. >> when you listen -- >> it's been a great conversation about presidential decision making, iraq, through syria and carl bernstein made the obs
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